malleable


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Synonyms for malleable

Synonyms for malleable

capable of being shaped, bent, or drawn out, as by hammering or pressure

capable of adapting or being adapted

Synonyms for malleable

easily influenced

Synonyms

capable of being shaped or bent or drawn out

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The teams are currently busy planning the Christmas parties, and I'm sure they'll be a success and that the partnership between Creative Support and the Dorman's and Malleable clubs will continue to be a successful one into 2016 and beyond too.
Based on these findings, the author concludes that the malleable dressing is effective, comfortable, aesthetically acceptable, and can be worn for 7 days without complications.
Both are on from 7-9pm; Tuesday for The Dormans and Wednesday for The Malleable.
We produce high quality parts in malleable iron and ductile iron.
While at first glance the construction of the new concrete wall seems to define an impenetrable boundary, the relationship that it creates between restaurant and dwelling is both complex and malleable.
The new findings indicate that this sluggish rate stems from a ball-and-chain effect: Traveling charges distort the organic materials' malleable crystal lattices and then have to drag around those distortions.
THE EUROPEAN Union (EU) has corrected its anti-dumping duty on malleable cast iron tube or pipe fittings from Brazil, reducing the rate from 34.
These insidiously malleable guidelines for terrorism investigations could apply to political action (and the reaction) during demonstrations by environmentalists, anti-globalizationists, animal rights pickets, or union members on strike, as well as pro-lifers trying to talk, and only to talk, to women entering abortion clinics ('obstruction' at clinics can be a federal crime).
The monopolar suction coagulator, which is used for most tonsillectomy procedures, is malleable for ultimate hand comfort throughout surgery.
Consider the titles of the two pieces that received their world premieres during Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's exhilarating spring season and you will have a good indication of the direction in which this tremendously malleable and adaptive company is moving.
The Pucci Air-T features a malleable wrist support that can be adjusted to accommodate the resident.
Yet "our directors" now predicate not only malleable public policy, but foundational ideals of justice.
In the play, a range of constructions of sexuality jostles for prominence, an insight that allows Callaghan to read "desire," and its malleable properties, as key elements in women's material subordination.
The secret: a malleable metal strip embedded inside that adapts to any curvature or lack thereof, plus special optics designed to disperse the light in the widest possible pattern.
The discos take place at Middlesbrough's Dorman's Club on Tuesday evening and Norton's Malleable Club on Wednesday evening.